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He's not being blurred, he's teleporting... I knew he'd had advanced technology available to hiim, I just didn't realise quite how advanced!
The curious case of the Loch Ness Stig just got a lot curioser, and the conspiracy thoeorists among you would do well to don your tinfoil hats and keep a sharp eye out for approaching black helicopters. Back in January, the Top Gear wheelsman was spotted on Street View close to Scotland's famous body of water. It took the …
If you go along the road a bit and look at his side, it's completely unblurred (except by distance/resolution)
Geting a real Stig would be something Clarkson and co. could use, and I'm not sure what would be wrong with the image. It's something really happening in public place.
If some ingenious Scot managed a fake Stig, well done, sir, but I can understand the BBC wishing to suppress the image.
The last I heard, the blue Police boxes around Glasgow and Edinburgh are now very small coffee shops, and no longer blue. Would the BBC have objected to them, had they not been changed?
While the best BBC Office ones is still visible (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?cbp=12,146.01,,3,-12.08&cbll=51.514925,-0.228768&layer=c&ie=UTF8&ll=51.514926,-0.228765&spn=0,359.99264&t=h&z=17&panoid=cRXQyRB9ywmaZVKuBSddWw|) one step up the road and he's now blurred (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?cbp=12,172.44,,3,-11.71&cbll=51.51494,-0.228553&layer=c&ie=UTF8&t=h&panoid=8f5C5uzI0xU7z_qSRGms8Q&ll=51.514925,-0.22875&spn=0,359.992822&z=17)
I know because I had my naked arse hanging out of my car window at them when I saw them in a nearby village. On streetview you can see that the views of this road are wet and I am missing, whereas the rest of the village was shot on a totally dry day, when I was there.
I'm glad to have cost the evil tyrants an bit more time and money!